Design for a plate or similar article
US D31620 S
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Patented Oct. I0, i899.
C. J. AHRENFELDT.
PLATE 0H SIMILAR ARTICLE.
(Apphcllion Med July 20, ISDE) UNITED STATES DESIGN FOR A PLATE PATENT OFFICE.
OR SIMILAR ARTICLE.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Design No. 31,620, dated October 10, 1899.
iqifi tion Iileil July 20,130.9. Serial No. 724,566- Ticin nt" ptitent 7 yeah,
lle it known that` I, titxnmcs J. Annie rELn'r, a citizen ot` the United States, resid- 3' ing atthe eity of New York, county of New York, and State ot` New York, have invented nnd produced a new and original Design for a Pleite or Similar Article, of whieh the lollowing is a specification, reference beinghail to the accompanying drawings, forming n. part hereof, like letters referring to like parts in eaeli ligure of the same.
ln the said drawings, Figure 1 is a plan view of n plate with my design placed thereon. Fig. 2 is a medial vertical section of the seine.
The ornamentation npon the plate is as follows:
A Consists of two parts A", each resembling a liorn-of-plenty crossed near their smaller and inner ends.
consists of :i Central panel 13' with ornamental border and a s zriliins heed in the center. From the lower part, of the panel, on either side, proceed n series of lenfed ornaments Il?, extending" on enrved lines and ierminatintr in volutes l. l-`ro|n Lliesztl ornaments projet't at` intervals stems IVl hearing flowers.
The two ornaments A and I3 are alternated to form a eirenlar border or wreath, while in the centerof the eirele is an ornament C, eonsisting of a central panel (l, having an ornemental border and scrolls in the center and surrounded by a wreath eonsisting.; of twoleal'ed stems "l, united at the bottom, extending iipwardlyaround the sides of the panel, and terminating above the saine in flowers Ci.
This design may beapplied toert ieles other than plates.
That l Claim isllie design for a plate or similar article substantiallyas herein shown and described.
Signed at the city of New York this 14th day of July, 180D.
CHARLES J. AIIRENFICLD'I. W ituesses:
E. J. Cosi-Lin, lf.. 'l`. (nErNEn.